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Ah. The mystery is solved. >cut and paste<   Doc Bedlam Good day, sir. You have no idea who I am, and I'm not trying to sell you anything or get your personal information. We're both membe

What you see here is a dungeon map drawn by an eight year old.   It kind of took me back to my early days of dungeon design, although I was older when I drew my first one. A guy on the Old School

Thanks to Buglips for turning me onto this thread I did a project like this with a family friend's son years back. He just had this great idea for an armored gargoyle type warrior. It was lots o

Doh! I didn't mean to copy Khanjira! Sorry, Reaper copyright department!

And, uh, er, that was supposed to be some rocks... but... :down: Curse you all and your adult humor! This thread is supposed to be safe for 8-year-olds! For shame! :poke:

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I posted a link to the thread, and a copy of the fine new artwork, in the original Facebook discussion, and PM'd [iDENTITY REDACTED] to let him know what his son had started. He responded by directing the little guy to this thread. Apparently, someone's pretty impressed with the results so far...

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The triangle head did me in, but it sort of works...


Gosh, I love having a free weekend! it's too cold to take down the Christmas lights, so...


Corporea...he loves this drawing and is very impressed with your artistic ability. Chase was wondering if it would be ok for me to print it out so he can hang it on his wall next to his own rendition. I told him that you always have to get an artist's permission for that first. Thanks for taking the time to do this...it made his day!

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Hmm, I was kind of picturing it as sort of a bizarre frog/lizard minotaur-looking thing sort of like a slaad - a bloated anthropomorphic frog body with a lizard head and the horns pointing forward like a minotaur.

While I was searching google for images, I found this guy, which could be a good start for a mini conversion, lol.

(And just for giggles, I also found a youtube video of

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DM Cojo, we have already started pestering the Reaper people for minis of the Gonturzap. hopefully we will get through, but do show your son Kanjira just in case. you can still "pre-order" one through the kickstarter pledge manager. it will be made of PVC and weighs in at around 4 lbs.


(Edit to add link to pledge manager). https://ks.reapermini.com/

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